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Visualization of Film-Forming Polymer Particles with Liquid Cell Technique in Transmission Electron Microscope

29-Jul-2015 | Lili Liu; Yi Liu; Wenjun Wu; Christopher M Miller; Elizabeth Dickey, Analyst, 2015

One of the long-standing challenges in studying structure-property relationships in latex films is to directly characterize the size and morphology of corresponding polymer particles, especially the particles with low film formation temperatures. Here we present an in-situ transmission electron ...

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In‐situ formation of metal nanoparticle/acrylic polymer hybrid and its application to miniemulsion polymerization

25-Jul-2015 | Toshiyuki Tamai, Mitsuru Watanabe, Kimihiro Matsukawa, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT We present in‐situ formation of metal nanoparticle/acrylic polymer hybrid and its application to prepare hybrid latex particles by miniemulsion polymerization. On the surface of a silver nanoparticle/silica nanoparticle/acrylic polymer hybrid layer formed in‐situ on a polyethylene ...

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Polyisoprene modified poly(alkyl acrylate) foam as oil sorbent material

25-Jul-2015 | Arissara Ratcha, Chanatip Samart, Boonyawan Yoosuk, Hideo Sawada, Prasert Reubroycharoen, Suwadee Kongparakul, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT Biorenewable polyisoprene latex obtained from natural rubber, Hevea brasiliensis, was used to prepare the reusable polyisoprene–poly(alkyl acrylate) foam for petroleum‐based liquid absorption. The foam was produced via latex vulcanization and cured by steaming. The effect of various ...

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A Three-Step Scenario Involved in Particle Capture on a Pore Edge

22-Jul-2015 | Paul Duru; Yannick Hallez, Langmuir, 2015

A scenario is proposed to describe the capture of a spherical particle around a cylindrical pore. This geometry, “ideal” as far as the problem of particle capture on a filtration membrane is concerned, is clearly relevant in view of the pore-scale geometry of nucleopore or microsieve filtration ...

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Direct Synthesis of Controlled‐Size Nanospheres inside Nanocavities of Self‐Organized Photopolymerizing Soft Oxometalates [PW12O40]n (n=1100–7500)

16-Jul-2015 | Kousik Das, Soumyajit Roy, Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 2015

Abstract The unusual self‐assembly of {(BMIm)2(DMIm)[PW12O40]}n (n=1100–7500) (BMIm=1‐butyl‐3‐methylimidazolium, DMIm=3,3′‐dimethyl‐1,1′‐diimidazolium) soft oxometalates (SOMs) with controlled size and a hollow nanocavity was exploited for the photochemical synthesis of polymeric nanospheres ...

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Challenges and Opportunities in Continuous Production of Emulsion Polymers: a Review

14-Jul-2015 | José M. Asua, Macromolecular Reaction Engineering, 2015

Profit margin reduction and global competition are pushing latex producers to consider process intensification that relies on the replacement of semicontinuous reactors by continuous ones. The challenges involved and ways in which the challenges can be transformed into opportunities are ...

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Polygonifoliol, a New Tirucallane Triterpene from the Latex of the Seaside Sandmat Euphorbia polygonifolia

14-Jul-2015 | José‐Luis Giner, Timothy N. Schroeder, Chemistry & Biodiversity, 2015

Abstract The genus Euphorbia contains over 2000 species which exhibit a considerable diversity of di‐ and triterpenes in their latex. The North American species Euphorbia polygonifolia is a low growing plant of Atlantic and Great Lake beaches. The composition of its free and esterified ...

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Preparation and characterization of hydrogenated natural rubber with hydroxyl groups

04-Jul-2015 | Nguyen Thu Ha, Keiichiro Shiobara, Yoshimasa Yamamoto, Lina Fukuhara, Phan Trung Nghia, Seiichi Kawahara, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 2015

An attempt to prepare hydrogenated natural rubber with hydroxyl groups was made by hydrogenation of epoxidized natural rubber (ENR) in latex stage after removal of proteins. The hydrogenation was carried out by reaction of deproteinized ENR (EDPNR) with hydrogen gas in latex stage with palladium ...

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Thermal imaging using polymer nanocomposite temperature sensors

30-Jun-2015 | Elizabeth Sauerbrunn, Ying Chen, Jeffrey Didion, Miao Yu, Elisabeth Smela, Hugh A. Bruck, physica status solidi (a), 2015

Sensing temperature distributions over an area is of interest for many applications, and it is currently performed using sensors that are attached to the structure. In this work a conductive “smart paint”, made from latex and exfoliated graphite, is introduced for temperature sensing. This ...

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Strain‐induced crystallization behavior of phenolic resin crosslinked natural rubber/clay nanocomposites

29-Jun-2015 | Abdulhakim Masa, Sougo Iimori, Ryota Saito, Hiromu Saito, Tadamoto Sakai, Azizon Kaesaman, Natinee Lopattananon, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT Nanocomposites of natural rubber (NR) and unmodified clay were prepared by latex compounding method. Phenolic resin (PhOH) was used to crosslink NR. Crosslinked neat NR was also prepared for comparison. The structure–property relationship of uncrosslinked and crosslinked NR/clay ...

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